Tally is a PhD student in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, at the Technion. Her research is at the interface between microfluidics and medical diagnostics. She combines analytical and experimental work to develop new models and methods for electrokinetic transport (i.e. motion of liquids and molecules in response to electric fields) in porous media. These methods enable sample focusing and accelerated binding kinetics, and serve as the basis for low-cost, rapid, and highly sensitive diagnostic devices. In the years to come, Tally hopes that her research will enable to bring advanced molecular diagnostics to under-resourced and rural areas
- Rosenfeld T. and Bercovici M., “Amplification-free detection of DNA in a paper-based microfluidic device using electroosmotically balanced isotachophoresis”, Lab Chip, 2018, 18 (6), 861-868.
Featured on the cover page of Lab on a Chip – Vol. 18, Iss. 6.
- Paratore F., Zeidman Kalman T., Rosenfeld T., Kaigala GV., Bercovici M., “Isotachophoresis Based Surface Immunoassay”, Analytical chemistry, 2017, 89 (14), 7373-7381.
Featured on the cover page of Analytical chemistry – Vol. 89, Iss. 14.
- Karsenty M., Rosenfeld T., Gommed K., and Bercovici M., “Current monitoring in a microchannel with repeated constrictions for accurate detection of sample location in isotachophoresis”, Analytical chemistry, 2015, 87 (1), 388-93.
- Rosenfeld T. and Bercovici M., “1,000-fold sample focusing on paper-based microfluidic devices”, Lab Chip, 2014, 14 (23), 4465 – 4474. Chosen as Lab on a Chip top 10%.
Featured on the cover page of Lab on a Chip – Vol. 14, Iss. 23. Chosen as one of 2014 Lab on a Chip hot articles. Cited by: 52.
- Bercovici M., and Rosenfeld T., “Microfluidic Electrokinetic Paper-Based Devices”, Provisional Patent Application US 15/319,836, June 2014.
- Bercovici M., Karsenty M., and Rosenfeld T., “Methods of Isotachophoresis Detection”, Provisional Patent Application US 15/314,537, May 2014.
2016 >> Chess instructor for 4th graders at C.P.C (Children Playing Chess)